Results Of The Canadian Federal Election, 2004: Western Canada And Territories
Saskatchewan125px|left In terms of party lines, Saskatchewan is not divided up between north and south but by urban and rural. Traditionally, Saskatchewan has been a 2 way race between the Conservatives, and later the Reform/Alliance and the NDP. Recent vote splitting has allowed the Liberals to come through and win a few seats in this polarized province. Urban Saskatchewan has tended to vote NDP and rural Saskatchewan has tended to vote Conservative. This is especially true in provincial politics, where riding boundaries more reflect the urban/rural divide. Both Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewans largest cities are split into 4 ridings each. All 8 of these ridings are generally split evenly between rural and urban. Northern Saskatchewan has in the past been the stand alone region of rural Saskatchewan, usually voting for the NDP.
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